Neymar lashes back at Marseille fans

Neymar lashes back at Marseille fans

Neymar believes his sending off was unfair and blames the referee for "falling for Marseille's theatrics" after his sending off in Paris Saint-Germain's 2-2 draw at the Stade Velodrome on Sunday.

A number of projectiles were thrown in the direction of Neymar and although none of them struck the former Barcelona winger, PSG's record-signing was far from impressed at Les Phocéens supporters.

With Neymar missing from the final few minutes, it fell to Cavani to rescue PSG with this delightful free-kick, obeying Yeboah's Law by thundering in off the crossbar.

PSG have seen their lead at the Ligue 1 summit cut to four points by champions Monaco this weekend, but they remain unbeaten this term and, for that, both Neymar and Unai Emery must be relieved. "I would be on the bus", he continued.

Luiz Gustavo had scored the opener for the hosts in the 17th minute of the encounter with a long range shot to beat Alphonse Areola in goal for PSG. It was an exciting night for the fans and a great show.

"That wasn't football", the world's most expensive player complained.

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Emery added: "The result is right. It's the same as going to a restaurant and hitting the chef with a knife and fork".

Two yellow cards in as many minutes - and Neymar is OFF! "I didn't lose my cool".

He said: 'We are a little disappointed about the sending off because he was fouled a lot throughout the match.

In the video and tweets below, as Neymar goes to take a corner, numerous police can be seen standing near the Brazilian with shields, protecting him.

That was Neymar's 10th goal in all competitions since joining PSG in the summer to continue his hot goalscoring run.